News

Newshogg – Exclusive Tigerfall

I’ve been slack this week, working on some prose and learning about the history of the Roman Empire. But the Honourable James McKibbin will have none of that shit, rounding up a twatload of news posts for me to sift through and present for you all.

Call of Duty bigger than all of human history, Tiger Woods gets chopped, The Walking Dead Season 2, DayZ, Dark Souls 2, and plenty more after the jump.

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Retrograde – Dark Reign: The Future of War

If you live anywhere besides the great antipodean nation of Australia, you would not have been able to access weekendwarrio.rs these past couple of days. I hope you were able to cope in our absence. We appear to be back now, worldwide, but the situation got me thinking about an Australian game that had a big impact during my teenage years.

That game is Dark Reign: The Future of War.

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Reviews

New Growth – The Stanley Parable

In the grand (recent) tradition of Thirty Flights of Loving and Gone Home, The Stanley Parable is a game that uses the tropes and expectations of FPS and turns them on their heads to create a wholly unique narrative experience. I’m not sure that it’s possible to spoil The Stanley Parable because it is so very much about the process of exploring and experiencing the game. That said I shall try my best to avoid any potential spoilers, and you should avoid not playing the game for the next couple of hours so you can fully come to grips with it.

If “fully” coming to grips with The Stanley Parable is even possible.

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Indie Jones – a very very VERY scary house


Anna Anthropy, aka Auntie Pixelante, has made her latest Twine game available for purchase right here. We’ve all been spoiled by all the free Twine we could unravel, but now is your chance to support a creator who has previously offered a veritable twatload of games for free on her site.

Ok, but what is a very very VERY scary house, and is it actually that scary?

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